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au·to·so·mal

(aw'tō-sō'măl),
Pertaining to an autosome.

autosomal

[ô′təsō′məl]
Etymology: Gk, autos + soma, body
1 pertaining to or characteristic of an autosome.
2 pertaining to any condition transmitted by an autosome.

autosomal

adjective Referring to an autosome (a non sex chromosome).

au·to·so·mal

(aw'tō-sō'măl)
Pertaining to an autosome.

autosomal

Of any chromosome other than the sex chromosome pair.

Autosomal

Relating to any chromosome besides the X and Y sex chromosomes. Human cells contain 22 pairs of autosomes and one pair of sex chromosomes.
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11,26) Still, as noted above, there is considerable phenotypic overlap between individuals, particularly children and young adults, with TBMN, the heterozygous carrier state of X-linked Alport syndrome, autosomally transmitted Alport syndrome, and even some children with X-linked Alport syndrome.
The familial variety of AAA can be either X-linked or autosomally inherited.
HPS is a very rare, autosomally recessive disease involving albinism, legal blindness, a platelet defect with a bleeding disorder, and a lysosomal deposition disease.

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